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U.S. NavyThe World of the Sea Deep Diving (1943)

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Profiles the role of the U.S. Navy's hardhat divers, and shows the various systems used to support their operations. This film includes footage of re-compression chambers and diver support equipment. The special men of honor who served as the Navy's hardhat divers during WWII salvaged lost equipment, repaired ships at sea and in the harbor, and served in many other important capacities.



This movie is part of the collection: PeriscopeFilm

Producer: U.S. Navy
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Language: English
Keywords: U.S. Navy training film.


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Reviewer: Zombek - - March 26, 2014
Subject: This is kind of bullshit
I totally understand you spent years collecting this footage and now you want to share it but placing a giant watermark and killing the sound isn't sharing at all. This goes against everything the archive stands for you simply using a non-profit for personal gain.
Reviewer: Rockandegg - - November 7, 2013
Subject: PD?
Is this film in the public domain?

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